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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 Feb 1911, p. 1, column 2
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    Capt. Barney Sweeney, the oldest living master of the Goodrich Transit Co., last week passed away at his home in Manitowoc at the age of nearly 80 years. Capt. Sweeney was with the Goodrich company from its inception, a matter of fifty-five years ago., and had sailed on the lakes ...

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    Capt. Barney Sweeney, the oldest living master of the Goodrich Transit Co., last week passed away at his home in Manitowoc at the age of nearly 80 years. Capt. Sweeney ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Sister Bay. Wm. Knutson recently purchased Gust. Bexstrom’s interest in the fishing rig of Bexstrom & Nelson.

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    Sister Bay. Wm. Knutson recently purchased Gust. Bexstrom’s interest in the fishing rig of Bexstrom & Nelson.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Detroit Harbor. C. H. Thordarson of Chicago and owner of Rock island visited and inspected his holdings here within the week, the primary object being to protect the wild deer that have their haunts on those grounds. A large number of signs were displayed prohibiting hunting on his premises on ...

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    Detroit Harbor. C. H. Thordarson of Chicago and owner of Rock island visited and inspected his holdings here within the week, the primary object being to protect the wild deer ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Detroit Harbor. The news of the disaster to the schooner Lomie A. Burton was received on the island on Friday, by wire, but fortunately the former master and owner (Capt. Peder Hanson) had sold out the most of his interest and was no longer on board, otherwise the affair would ...

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    Detroit Harbor. The news of the disaster to the schooner Lomie A. Burton was received on the island on Friday, by wire, but fortunately the former master and owner (Capt. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Detroit Harbor. The Wanderer was unable to get into Green Bay port on account of the ice in the mouth of the river, and she ran to Menominee where her cargo of fresh fish was put on shore. The catch came from the island.

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    Detroit Harbor. The Wanderer was unable to get into Green Bay port on account of the ice in the mouth of the river, and she ran to Menominee where her ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    West Side. The schooner Rosebud has been placed into winter quarters the first of the week, and placed in the slip alongside the schooner Industry. In being towed across from the east side Saturday evening the Rosebud got away from the motor boat that had her in charge and some ...

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    West Side. The schooner Rosebud has been placed into winter quarters the first of the week, and placed in the slip alongside the schooner Industry. In being towed across from ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    West Side. Engineer Dan. McLennon writes to friends here that the steamer Geo. Burnham is being laid up at Manitowoc. He has not yet fully decided what he will do during the ensuing season, and it is just possible that he and his family may return to Sawyer.

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    West Side. Engineer Dan. McLennon writes to friends here that the steamer Geo. Burnham is being laid up at Manitowoc. He has not yet fully decided what he will do ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    West Side. Capt. Forland the first of the week shipped a cargo of 60 tons of hay to Marinette on the City of New Baltimore, Capt. Thos. Isabelle. Other consignments will doubtless go forward if weather conditions shall permit.

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    West Side. Capt. Forland the first of the week shipped a cargo of 60 tons of hay to Marinette on the City of New Baltimore, Capt. Thos. Isabelle. Other consignments ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    West Side. The stone quarries have all practically shut down for the season, which has been one of the poorest in the past decade. However, better things await the owners next spring, it is said.

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    West Side. The stone quarries have all practically shut down for the season, which has been one of the poorest in the past decade. However, better things await the owners ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Items of General Interest. The Manitowoc Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. contemplate the construction of a 600 foot steel drydock, which will give the company facilities for repairing and building of the largest steel boats on the Great Lakes, and will care for all repair work on carferries and ...

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    Items of General Interest. The Manitowoc Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. contemplate the construction of a 600 foot steel drydock, which will give the company facilities for repairing and building of ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Items of General Interest. Notice is given by the lighthouse service: That Lansing shoal light vessel was reported off her station November 16, and would be replaced as soon as practicable. Also that west bank gas buoy No. 6, entrance to city of Green Bay, reported out of position November ...

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    Items of General Interest. Notice is given by the lighthouse service: That Lansing shoal light vessel was reported off her station November 16, and would be replaced as soon as ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Items of General Interest. Lansing shoal lightship was withdraw (sic) on Saturday, and the station will be marked with a gas buoy the remainder of the season of navigation.

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    Items of General Interest. Lansing shoal lightship was withdraw (sic) on Saturday, and the station will be marked with a gas buoy the remainder of the season of navigation.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Along the Shores of Green Bay. With the exception of a few camps, logging operations tributary to Ford River, Mich., will cease after this winter, and the town be abandoned, as the only resources (timber) has been exhausted. The town was founded upward of 40 years ago, and at one ...

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    Along the Shores of Green Bay. With the exception of a few camps, logging operations tributary to Ford River, Mich., will cease after this winter, and the town be abandoned, ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Along the Shores of Green Bay. One or more steamers last week arrived at the port of Green Bay with 500,000 gallons of oil for the Standard Oil Co., which has just completed an extensive depot at that port, whence the Green Bay country will be supplied with the illuminant. ...

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    Along the Shores of Green Bay. One or more steamers last week arrived at the port of Green Bay with 500,000 gallons of oil for the Standard Oil Co., which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Louis Pahlow and consort Delta, which had a thrilling experience in a recent storm and was safely sailed to South Haven by Capt. Bates, arrived in port Sunday. When the Delta made the harbor on that occasion it was impossible to check her ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Louis Pahlow and consort Delta, which had a thrilling experience in a recent storm and was safely sailed to South Haven by Capt. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge, Addie Wade, Capt. Jos. Lemere, was placed in ordinary for the winter on Thursday, when she was shoved in the mud above the upper dock, her regular resting place for the past couple of seasons. During Friday night, however, a severe storm out ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge, Addie Wade, Capt. Jos. Lemere, was placed in ordinary for the winter on Thursday, when she was shoved in the mud above the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The Sturgeon Bay Stone Co. fleet have been held up at Racine for the past three weeks with stone cargoes, the continued bad weather making it impossible to get unloaded. The boats are the steamer I. N. Foster and barge Oak Leaf, tug Wheeler and ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The Sturgeon Bay Stone Co. fleet have been held up at Racine for the past three weeks with stone cargoes, the continued bad weather making ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. When Capt. Sarles arrived at the mouth of the Oconto river on Thursday evening with a load of apples on the motor boat Avis, he found so much ice and the weather was so cold that he did not think it advisable to take a ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. When Capt. Sarles arrived at the mouth of the Oconto river on Thursday evening with a load of apples on the motor boat Avis, he ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The passenger steamer Sailor Boy of the Hart line is being utilized almost entirely by her owners in carrying hard coal between Green Bay and this port to supply their trade, having failed to get a boat to carry their usual fall consignment. The Sailor ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The passenger steamer Sailor Boy of the Hart line is being utilized almost entirely by her owners in carrying hard coal between Green Bay and ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Nov 1911
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The fishing tug Peter Coates was on the boxes at the shipyard a couple of days the first of the week, during which she had some alterations made to her stem. This was changed so as to give her a spoon-shape bow, so that she ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The fishing tug Peter Coates was on the boxes at the shipyard a couple of days the first of the week, during which she had ...

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